The seriousness of damage to the head and resultant impairment of the body functions has been given proper cognizance as evidenced by substantial jury awards. Injury to the brain, however, may not only result in immediate damage to the body function but may result in damage that will be experienced at a remote future time.
Jerry B. Kraig & Henry A. Hentemann, Damages for Potential Residuals of Brain Injuries, 11 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 554 (1962)
Symposium on Brain Injuries